An affidavit is a formal document wherein an individual solemnly swears to the accuracy of the information presented. It serves as a testimony to one’s consent, obligations, or duties regarding a particular matter, including the legitimacy of documents. Typically, individuals may be required to testify that the information contained in the affidavit is true to the best of their knowledge. In certain cases, an affidavit may need to be signed officially by an attorney, exempting the individual from appearing before a court.  Attestation Services UAE ensures the legal recognition of such affidavits.

When affidavits are used abroad or for banking purposes, they often require attestation. This involves verifying the authenticity of the document through a formal process. It’s important to note that any false statements made in an affidavit can lead to charges of perjury, which is a punishable offense.

Affidavits can also serve as statements of authenticity for various civil documents, such as Marriage Certificates or Birth Certificates. These documents may be attached to the affidavit to provide further validation.

The process of attesting an affidavit typically involves submitting it along with other necessary documents to designated authorities. These authorities verify the authenticity of the affidavit and provide the required attestation.

Attestation Services UAE specializes in facilitating the attestation of various legal documents, including affidavits. Our expert team ensures a seamless process, guiding clients through each step to ensure compliance with legal requirements. With our assistance, individuals can navigate the complexities of document attestation with ease, ensuring their documents are recognized and accepted both domestically and internationally.

Process of Attestation of an Affidavit: Required Documents | Attestation Services UAE

  • Original affidavit certificate
  • Photocopy of the affidavit certificate
  • Photocopy of Passport
  • Colour Photographs
  • Address Proofs

Sequential Offices Involved in the Attestation Process: A Step-by-Step Guide

1. Notary
2. Home Department
3. Ministry of External Affairs
4. U.A.E Embassy in the respective countries

The attested documents are subsequently delivered to the customer. Since it requires a lot more information and knowledge on the process to be sought from our executives, we highly recommend that you take their guidance and advice before you proceed.

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